Re: [R] importing shapefiles into spatstat

From: Mulholland, Tom <Tom.Mulholland_at_dpi.wa.gov.au>
Date: Fri 30 Dec 2005 - 12:18:42 EST


You might also consider looking at the R-sig-Geo list which has lots of discussion about issues relating to file formats and the best ways to get data in and out the various packages that are used.

Tom

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> [mailto:r-help-bounces@stat.math.ethz.ch]On Behalf Of Charlotte Reemts
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> Subject: [R] importing shapefiles into spatstat
>
>
> Dear R users,
> I am using spatstat to analyze point patterns (tree
> locations). I would
> like to import the shapefile with the study area polygons
> (six total) into R
> and use it to create the window for the spatstat analysis. I
> do not simply
> want to use a rectangle because the study areas spread out
> over 40000 ha.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Charlotte Reemts
>
>
> Charlotte Reemts
> Vegetation Ecologist
> The Nature Conservancy--Fort Hood (TX) Project
> P.O. Box 5190
> Fort Hood, TX 76544-0190
> 254-286-6745
> fax: 254-288-5039
> CReemts@tnc.org
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